Harvey Preston Gallery is pleased to announce ‘Reimagining the Silk Road’ a solo exhibition by ceramic artist Sanam Emami. Emami’s work focuses on
Arts & Culture
When Chicago businessman Walter Paepcke first visited Aspen, Colorado in 1945 he envisioned it as an ideal gathering place for thinkers, leaders, artists, and musicians from all over the world to step away from their daily routines and reflect on the underlying values of society and culture. He dreamed of transforming the town into a center for dialogue, a place for “lifting us out of our usual selves”. Find the cultural scene here on our weekly curated calendar.
Aspen Business Connect Social Gathering for Members We are more than excited to be getting back from social distancing to social connecting. June 17th marks
Photo by Michele Cardamon Photography Aspen artist Axel Livingston sold all but one painting in his first solo exhibition in Aspen and we, as a
Fat City Gallery Director DJ Watkins curates art exhibits with a focus on the Gonzo era. Labeled as one of our country’s top 100 party throwers and somebody who can, “sell shampoo to a bald man” Watkins created a solo exhibit for Axel Livingston, “It Never Got Weird Enough For Me”. This is Axel’s third show in the Roaring Fork Valley and will be up in the gallery until May 14th, 2021 with a closing party that night 5-10pm.
Local teen artist Axel Livingston will be exhibiting his work at the Gonzo Gallery May 1st – 14th with an opening reception, Saturday May 1st, 5-10 pm at the new gallery location, 625 East Hyman Avenue, Aspen, Colorado.